It's an American made rifle based on the British .303cal Pattern 14 Enfield. They were produced by 3 manufacturers: Winchester, Remington and Eddystone. The rifle was popular with U.S. soldiers during WWI. Check out this link: http://www.thefiringline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14378 There's some good info about this rifle. -Jimpie
your eddystone is usually referred to as the model 1917 eddystone in caliber 30/06. your rifle was made in 1918.....................................
Check with local gun shops
It will be stamped into the action (the cylindrical part that encloses the bolt)
Remington made 646,000 US model of 1917 rifles for the goverment during world war I. Winchester and eddystone also produced rifles for the U S goverment during that time,with eddystone being the largest producer.
If the gun is a "take-down model" The serial number will be stamped on both the barrel and the action.It would be faster for you go to the link below to see what a "take-down model is then for me to explain.
S & K Scope Mounts in western PA makes one for the Eddystone http://www.scopemounts.com/ Look under "Insta Mounts"
It will be stamped right into the action. (The part the bolt slides back and forth in)
The Model 1917 U.S. Rifle made by Winchester is worth about $800 to $1000 in excellent condition with all original parts. Much less if it has parts from Remington or Eddystone and has gone through an aresenal refurbish.
That would be a model 1889.
On the vast number of the various Winchester models, the Model designation is stamped on the barrel, or on the upper tang. If you can tell me what type of action it has, I can point you in the right direction.
The Opt-In model
Its a Marlin model 56, 1955-1964
1937. You can verify that date by removing the stock from the action and looking at the bottom of the barrel... it will be stamped "37".
That's a very late model 11 it's got to be date stamped I'm suspecting it's in the 40's. See related links for information on the Remington Society of America to understand the date code stamped on the barrel.
1929, it will be date code stamped on the barrel, for information see related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
Model II or Model 11, starting in 1921 they were date code stamped on the barrel see related links for information on the Remington Society of America, before that there's a serial list.
often the model and maker are stamped on the weapon
You need to post the model number of the gun. It will be stamped right into the barrel.
300-750 dollars depending on the amount of original finish remaining on the rifle,and the stock and a good bore.
I think you're not finding any information because you've got your numbers mixed up. Winchester made a number of long guns made in .32 WCF, but so far as I know, there's no model 1884 and no model 82. If you'd like I can help you figure out what you have. First check all the information you find stamped on the receiver and barrel exactly as it's stamped in the steel. and include a brief description of the gun. (i.e. lever action, bolt action, single shot break action, tube magazine, box magazine, info like that will be important.) You can repost the info on this question or contact me via my message board, but don't be shy, I can probably help you figure this out,
1927, will be barrel date code stamped see related links for information
They are date stamped on the barrel, see related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
All model 24's are date code stamped since they were made after 1920, see related links for the table information.